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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by titsonritz, Jun 5, 2014.
Over and out.
Looking forward to getting one!
Honestly, the safety is so low profile you turn it off and forget its there. I dont think mine has dver been on. Big deal about nothing imo.
I will not carry or use for defensive purposes any handgun that relies upon a manual safety. One more thing to forget, one more thing to go wrong in a life or death situation. I carry either a Glock 26 or a Ruger LCR .38+p hammerless, they are both point-and-shoot weapons with no manual safety to worry about. For home defense its a S&W 66-3. I have been considering replacing the Glock 26 with a Shield but the manual safety on the Shield has always been a turnoff. Looks like it might be an option for me now.
The Shield I have and believe they are all the some way has a trigger safety(much the same as a Glock) as well as the thumb safety, it looks like the new one has only deleted the thumb safety, the trigger safety seems to be the same, so in my option the new one just has one less safety on it, so much to do about nothing.
YES!!!!! finally. I know I am gonna get one.
I have one for trade
I read about this a bit ago and now it is a pistol to buy
If it was a 9mm, I would have made a cash offer.
I also don't see the big deal. My safety has never been on and it has never even been close to accidentally flipping on. As for someone else doing it while they are looking at it, I always check it before it goes in the holster. I mean the no safety is a good thing, but I don't see how it could have been a deal breaker. The Shield is an awesome gun that just became better, but I'm not so excited about it that I will buy a new one to replace mine. .
My shield has a manual safety that is still a virgin....
they fix the magazine gap yet?
I looked on RSR yesterday while I was working at the shop, both the Shield 9 and Shield 40 are listed without manual safeties! And they're allocated, of course....
There are a few on Gunbroker, starting bid is $400 and 'Buy it Now' is $450.
No biggie for me. I use both cycles.
The shield doesn't have a safety? I need a safety. Are there any aftermarket safeties for the shield?
I'm a lefty so using the safety is a moot point. I can live with the safety and have for awhile now with no problem, but since there is a version without the safety, I'll take it! Now to play the waiting game....
Be on the lookout for a bunch of perfectly good used Shields w/ safety for sale/trade in the coming months as a lot of people wish to "upgrade" to the non-safety model. A good time to get into one if you've been looking.
As soon as I get my new no safety shield, I'm going to put my shield w/safety up in the classifieds......
There ya go.
I bet a similar thing happened when the LCR in .357 came out and everybody dumped their .38 +P models.
I'm surprised that S&W tooled up for a no safety model. I would have thought that they would have designed some type of plug like they use for the M&P's......I know a lot of people were pissed that they didn't offer both versions from the get go. Oh well, It's not like they cost an arm and a leg.